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As a School of Education student you will be part of an established institution that delivers the best industry connections both locally and nationally. Our mission is to make a significant contribution to the community by providing quality learning and teaching for future generations.

As South Australia’s number one university for graduate employability, our degrees build a strong foundation for an outstanding career in education (QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020). The University of Adelaide is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide and is South Australia highest ranked university for Arts and Humanities (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019).

We are conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD, providing vibrant surroundings for students and staff within the cultural hub of South Australia.

Master of Education

Become a changemaker in the future of education.

MASTER OF EDUCATION

Become a teacher

Our practical pathways to become a teacher will provide you with a teaching qualification tailored to your career pursuits.

Become a teacher

2019 Annual Report

A celebration of innovation, highlights and achievements of 2019.

Annual Report 2019

Our research

Discover our key areas of educational research, learn about our exciting projects and research goals, and find out how you can get involved.

Our research

Engage with us

We foster important relationships with all areas of our community, from local schools to government and teaching associations. Learn how to become part of our community.

Engage with us

Our people

Passionate academic and professional staff working towards a common goal of delivering the best learning experience for students.

Our People

Hemlata

Studying online with the School of Education

"The shift from blended learning to virtual flipped intensive has offered me a rich experience of online learning. Every discipline in Master of Education is surprisingly interactive through emails, question answer forums, discussion board, assignments and Zoom conferences.  I have learned just as much online as I would have in a blended approach. Each professor keeps excellent communication throughout the course through emails, notifications and feedback. Reading materials, videos, pre-recorded lectures allow flexibility and at your own pace learning. Zoom conferences are always interesting because you get to see everyone simultaneously. The sessions are lively with high energy levels of the professors and ensure student-student interaction through breakout sessions. I have not experienced anything different in virtual classes than in traditional classes."

Hemlata Karki - Master of Education

News

19

Jul

Welcome Lunch for our Mid Year Master of Teaching Cohort 2020

The School of Education has recently welcomed a new cohort of Master of Teaching students.

14

Jul

School of Education Researchers & Apple Thought Leadership Series

In an event organised by Apple on 9 July 2020 the South East Asian network of Apple school leaders held an invitation-only webinar with 164 primary and secondary school leaders from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

09

Jun

Reconciliation week webinar held by Michael Colbung

Michael Colbung, Director of Indigenous Learning, School of Education, hosted a webinar during Reconciliation Week entitled, ‘In this Together: Reconciliation in Action in Schools’.

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Events

23

Sep

Research Seminar: The writing of academics with English as an additional Language or dialect

The changing face of higher education and the increasing demands on academics worldwide to publish in English-medium academic journals have led to a huge increase in articles written by academics who use English as an additional language or dialect (EALD). 

07

Oct

Masterclass Three 2020: Immersive Technologies in the Classroom

Heralded as the new wave of innovation in educational technologies since the 1990s, immersive technologies are finally becoming readily accessible and affordable to the average school.

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